We wrote earlier this year about the hyped drought situation, and how it was a fake ploy to hike up food prices. Well, as predicted there was no drought, hosepipe bans imposed to make us believe this load of garbage were reluctantly removed as more water fell from the sky than has in living memory. (please note, the use of the word “sky” is in reference to the area above our heads and has no connection to BskyB, in case Google or Murdochs News International are planning on taking action regarding copyright grounds. I don’t really want to be sent to ChillingEffects.org.)
Anyway, we had some friends round today for a festive game of “Newmarket” and “Spoons”, and the conversation came round to the wet weather and the effect it will have on food prices. As they work in the farming industry, they seemed to be the right people to get a clear view of the situation. “through the roof” was the response to my question about the wet conditions effects on prices. He then went on to say something very disturbing, “the price of wheat is going to sky rocket”. Not his exact words but you get my drift. “How do you know that for certain”, I probed. It transpired that a neighbouring farmer had just sold a massive amount of stockpiled grain to a guy from a major high street bank! “If those f—–s are buying up the stuff, it can only mean one thing, massive f—–g price rises on the cards”
So there you are, the banksters who forced this economic crisis on us (all planned), are now buying up the raw materials for our daily bread. And, if this is true, they must be doing the same everywhere, with anything they can use against us for profit.
Happy new year everyone.